That is, while Jonah knows the Tetragrammaton
("I worship the LORD"), the pagans seem to comprehend its content (that God is gracious and merciful).
This second term is Borges's Tetragrammaton
, sometimes rendered, JHVH, as he does in "La muerte y la brujula" (OC 507).
And the secret depends upon the secret of the Tetragrammaton
The translations chosen for the Tetragrammaton
in the Bibel in gerechter Sprache are mostly "God" and Adonai, and only afterwards the "Living One" in the feminine grammatical form.
The Vatican has reiterated that the Tetragrammaton
, or four-letter name of God, is not to be pronounced in Catholic liturgy.
In the etching, the appearance of the Tetragrammaton
above the scene, centered below the arms of Anjou, drives home the analogy that the transfer was ordained, even commanded, by God.
, traducido en lengua griega con ese vocablo.
Allocutio super significations nominis tetragrammaton
, curante Josep Perarnau (<<Opera Theologica Omnia>>, III), Institut d'Estudis Catalans, Facultat de Teologia de Catalunya, Scuola Superiore di Studi Medievali e Franciscano, Barcelona 2004; ARNALDI DE VILLANOVA, Alphabetum catholicorum ad inclitum dominum regem Aragonum pro filiis erudiendis in elementis catholicas fidei, cum versionibus in linguas tuscam et castellanam.
The concession he makes to English readers is retaining the address "Lord," as he explains his position on the prohibition of pronouncing the tetragrammaton
In all such cases, it should be remembered, Adonay is pronounced instead of the Tetragrammaton
, which is what is actually in the text.
The first being a prayer that God may hear your prayer, despite your unworthiness, then this was followed by a similar prayer to Christ and a chanting of His most sacred names: Alpha and O, El, Eloy, Eloyye, Sithothith, Eon, Sepmelamaton, Ezelophates, Tetragrammaton
, Elyoram, Ryon, Deseryon, Erystion, Ysyornus, Onela, Baysyn, Moyn, Messias, Sother, Emanuel, Sabaoth, Adonay .
Like Waite's Stone, Williams's is also cubic, small enough to carry, marked or imbued with the Divine Name or Tetragrammaton
, and the thing from which "the universes arose and had being" (MD 44).